Kathryn Keys' employment was terminated by Humana Inc. in June 2008, citing a 2006 negative performance assessment and ignoring a 2007 favorable performance appraisal, according to the ruling. Read More
The court accepted the case June 25 and has ruled on the issue previously under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Read More
The complaint seeks a court order prohibiting future discrimination by the respondent, monetary damages to the employee and civil penalties.Read More
The lawsuit was brought by severely disabled plaintiffs who said conventional medications had not alleviated the pain caused by their impairmentsRead More
Civil rights law does not protect workers or their spouses against employer discrimination based on their alien status, says an appellate court.Read More
The indemnification agreement that Safeway Inc.'s directors and officers will sign says in part that Safeway's board has determined the agreement is needed 'in order to attract and retain qualified individuals.'
According to the May 16 ruling in Jarretta P. Hamilton vs. Southland Christian School Inc., Hamilton, who began teaching at the St. Cloud, Florida-based school in January 2008, conceived a child with her then-fiancé in January 2009. The couple got married the next month.